Summary: The watch works great. I bought it for my boyfriend for Christmas and he wears it all the time. He's only had it about a month so nothing has broken on the watch. It has a little light that turns on to see in the dark. A nice stylish watch.
Summary: This watched arrived promptly, after payment. It was well packaged and was simply everything I ever asked for. Filled with simplicity and functionality, this watch watch has a slick yet sporty finish.
Summary: I have been looking for a watch very similar to the one I had as a kid. This one is exactly the same in every way except for the size. For people trying to figure out how big this watch is, it is bigger than a woman's watch and smaller than a man's watch. In other words, it's right in between.
Summary: I previously had two F30-9 watches which kept on ticking until the band disintegrated. (Well, it was a $7 watch, after all.) And I would have gotten a third one except they stopped making it. So, the F91W-1 seemed like a good substitute. So far it is.
Summary: This watch blew me away with it's amazing features and small size. I've owned the F91W for about a year now, and it has seen a lot during that year. Sand, debris, etc. has no effect on this rugged watch - you could strap a bomb to it and it'd probably come out in one piece! But I'm just guessing.
Summary: It's been known for quite a while now, but according to US intelligence, wearing the Casio F-91W is a potential sign of someone being a terrorist. There's a whole list of Guantanomo Bay detainees who wore the watch, an old Washington Post article that said terrorists can use the watch to create time...
Must be a great watch, because US government thinks it makes you a terrorist
Michael Andrew Streib, amazon.com
25 April 2011
Summary: Just an interesting tidbit, according to a recent wikileaks article from US govt internal documentation: "The possession of a Casio F-91W model watch and the silver-color version of this model, the A159W, is an indicator of al-Qaeda training in the manufacture of IEDs.
Summary: I am satisfied with this watch in every way except one: it is much smaller than I had anticipated. It is not tiny, but my wrists are large and it looks smaller than any men's watch I would like on my wrist.